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to malaysia. the links we have to go to to get cnn coverage these days. [laughter] [applause] i think they are still searching for their tables. [laughter] [applause] msnbc is here. [applause] they are a little overwhelm the. they have never seen an audience this big before. [laughter] look, everyone is trying to keep up with this incredibly fast-changing media landscape. for example, i got a lot of grief on cable news for to young obamacare people on "between two ferns." that is what don't people like to watch. to be fair, i am not the first person on television between two potted plants. [laughter] [applause] sometimes i do feel disrespected by you reporters. but that is ok. seattle seahawks' cornerback richard sherman is here tonight on he gave me a great tip how to handle it. jake tapper, don't you ever talk about me like that. i am the best president in the game. was that good? [laughter] a little bit more feeling next time? [laughter] are talking sports, just last month, a wonderful story. the boston won marathon for the first time in 30 years. [applause] which was inspiring and
for an airplane in malaysia, and you have these girls that need us now. >> if this happened in the u.s. and not nigeria, i mean, you can only imagine what would be done to try and find them, right? >> that's what i keep saying. if this was someone, if this was girls in the u.s. or in the united kingdom, anywhere else that were white, sorry to say, they would be home now and be in their beds. i believe the world has become decent tiesed to what's happening in africa. we need to see what's happening there, and know it is a reflection of what our whole entire country could become. if we do not step in and rescue these girls, what are we saying to the future about the importance of education and the importance of helping each other? >> these girls we know were taken in the dead of night. why do you think they were taken and what is your greatest fear for them? >> i believe they were taken to sell and to be used as slaves and my greatest fear is that many of them have been killed, many of them have been raped, and that they are in really dangerous situations right now, and that because th
to happen. zillow. . all right, back now to that new phase in the hunt for flight 370. malaysia's men industry believed the disappearance of the flight. it revealed stunning details of what happened in the minutes and hours after the plane vanished. i want to bring in my panel of aviationists. david, you first, we learned there was a miscommunication rather for nearly four hours. it seems like an eternity, what does this say to you about the airline's confidence? >> i can say it was about the same with air france 4-4472, you have cases like that, there is some reluctance in cases to claim the plane is missing. so you know after air france 447 there were a number of things we hoped to never see, here we are almost literally in the same boat. >> do these missteps are pronounced because of the scale of this investigation? >> well, i think that's true. they are significantly pronounced because of the disconnect. one thing stands out amazingly, glaringly, in their report. >> that is they went back. it was four hours had passed. the report says the military went back and reviewed tear radar
in kuala lumpur, malaysia. will, any reason for the addition of the third ship? >> reporter: hey, guys. no reason has been given to why there are three ships in the bay of bengal. keep in mind, these were ships not involved in the search off western australia. this is the bangladeshi military to send ships in the area. one ship has the side-scan sonar technology to scan the floor to see if it can find the trace of debris. that's important. the water in this area is not as deep as it is off western australia. these ships, according to the officials here in malaysia, should have the tools capable to scan the surface and see if there is debris floating. unlikely considering we're in week nine here. also, there is the side-scan sonar to put to work as well. the tone that we're hearing here in kuala lumpur is that for now, they will wait and see what the ships in bangladesh find before making a decision to divert additional resources which would be expensive and take away time from the primary search area off western australia. >> i have to think this is a topic of conversation on monday wi
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with the latest on that missing malaysia airline flight. the airline said today it started talking with victims' families about compensation. the news comes as the first funerals are being held for passengers who were aboard flight 370. >>> in afghanistan, tragedy struck a small village when heavy rains caused a deadly landslide. hundreds of rescuers and volunteers are digging out of the massive slide which ripped through a remote area in the northeast province. afghan officials are saying they've given up hope of finding any survivors putting the death toll at more than 2,000 people. >>> a verdict has finally been reached in the patent war between apple and samsung. a federal jury ruled both companies are guilty of patent infringe. . samsung is guilty of copying iphone features. the company has to pay apple $120 million. and apple was found guilty of infringing on one of their patents. they own samsung $160 thou. >>> some people are optimistic this morning. employers added 288,000 jobs in april bringing the unemployment rate to 6.3% from 6.7%. payrolls grew across the board in the business and
assistance from u.s. and nato forces. >>> malaysia airlines reached out to grieving families of flight 370. according to a statement relatives will be getting some degree of financial compensation. it doesn't mean they can't claim compensation later. according to a report it took malaysia airlines controllers 17 minutes to realise that the tlight vanished from radar screens. >>> a virus that ipp fected nearly 370 people in saudi arabia is confirmed in indiana. middle east respiratory syndrome was discovered two years ago. last month alone there was a jump in the number of new cases in the middle east. the c d.c. says it was a mart of time before it reached u.s. shores. >> health care officials scrambled to track down people who travelled the same route as a man who, according to the c d.c. tested positive to the virus. the patient was a health care work are who returned it saudi arabia. he left riyadh on april 24th and finally landed in chicago. he took a because to indiana, he fell sick and ended up in the hospital. a deadly virus hit the health care industry hard. fatality rates are high
they send including japan malaysia peru and others. make enough 40% of the world's gdp. that is what the president was doing in advancing his trip to asia last week. the second is the transatlantic trade and investment partnership as washington would for referred to as ttip which was significantly deepening the multibillion dollar economic relationship we have with the european union. together they were tonight two-thirds of the world economy, the competition that generates competition and intellectual property. the benefits for america and the middle class would be significant. 44 million americans work for companies that export goods. hundreds of thousands more would be working if they did not steal your copy. jobs supported by exports pay as much as 18% higher wages than the national average. we shouldn't be afraid of this competition. i tell leaders all over the world america welcomed his competition. it's stamped into her dna. and that if the field is even remotely level we will succeed and you will succeed. ladies and gentlemen we have learned a lot over the last 20 years about
and have a look at what was there. yes, the acting minister for transport in malaysia's made it quite clear he thinks it's a waste of time. he's also said he's, you know, when they go and they find nothing. and people will be questioning them why they bothered and what have they lost by doing it? but they have no choice. if somebody comes up and says we've got 23 scientists, including 12 ph.d.s and we believe that this is -- we've found the plane. you've got to go and investigate. and you've got to go and do it in as damage limitation way as you possibly can. >> even though this may be another huge false positive for these families? >> it's even worse than a false positive. may just be false. >> yeah. >> but what's the alternative, brooke? the alternative is for the authorities to say that we think this is a load of total nonsense, it's absolutely no way and we're not going to. and what happens when the families in beijing, right now they're being sent home. but the families in beijing say how dare you not at least go and have a look. so what i'm guessing, and what i know is they are doing
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to the search for flight 370. just hours ago, we learned malaysia is considering sending a ship to the bay of bengal. >> authorities have repeatedly dismissed claims by this australian company that it might have discovered the plane's wreckage, but during a news conference, officials were grilled about the bay of bengal theory and the report of the plane's disappearance. will ripley has the details. >> reporter: the first time officials are answering tough questions about the report that shows hours were lost with confusion and delays after flight 370 disappeared. they're also dismissing reports of possible wreckage thousands of miles from western australia. new this morning, officials are dismissing claims by a private company -- several thousand miles from the search zone. >> many days in the past have proven to be negative and this is similar to what we have done before. >> breaking overnight, news of a meeting between australia, china and malaysia. >> tightly committed as to find flight 370. >> the next step, a daunting deep sea search, 8 to 12 miles, an estimated $60 million joining t
of malaysia flight 370, a skimpy report on the investigation. it raises serious questions, though: why did it take air traffic controllers 17 minutes before knowing that they had lost contact with the plane? and why did it take four hours after the final conversation with the cockpit to alert search andretive u teams? the report also offered the likely flight path for the plane once it went off course showing it turned back from the south china sea, cut across the southern tip of thailand and then flew across the malaysian peninsula before going west and flying beyond military rad arizonaded detection down to the southern reaches of the indian ocean. not a single piece of the plane has yet to be pounds. new audio of the last voice communication from the flight gave no indication of problems or anything sinister on board ending with these words: >> malaysian 370.... >> joining us from phoenix, arizona former american airlines pile lolt lot jim 'tilman, earning the rask of captain. jim, it is good to see you. thank you for doing this for us. some disturbing things. precious time was lost fir
have some new developments on the disappearance of malaysia flight 370. a preliminary report has now been made public and it's raising some questions about why it took officials so long to realize there was a problem with the flight. nbc's tom costello has covered this investigation from the very beginning. tom, good morning. >> hi, savannah. this is the report, it's only five pages long. it provides the timeline showing big delays, about how long it took to actually order a search. and for the first time we're hearing the voices from the cockpit crew. just released, the audio recordings of the flight 370 cockpit crew talking to malaysian controllers. >> 370, contact lumpur radar. >> reporter: nothing sounds amiss. even the last call between controllers and the voice believed to be that of the capta capta captain at 1:19 a.m., routine. >> malaysian 370. >> malaysian 370, contact ho chi minh. >> reporter: but something did suddenly go wrong. the plane went off radar. but it wasn't for another 17 minutes that vietnamese controllers reported the plane had not checked in. and another fou
of experts done here in malaysia has led them to the plane that absolutely at least or as far as their best educated guess is in the southern indian ocean when weeks in we still don't have a single piece of debris. >> let's ask peter about it. why are malaysian officials so sure? >> well, i think everything that they have, and granted, it's not a great deal, i mean, they've got the handshakes and the radar that shows the plane starting to head in that direction. and that's what they've got. and their best guess, their best estimates, are it's off of perth. now, they are going to bring in a new group and look at this data and see if they come up with the same solution. in terms of the bay of bengal, i mean, when i helped investigate twa flight 800, we had numerous claims that it was, you know, electromagnetic, that it was space junk, that it was a missile. we investigated all of them. and at this point unfortunately we're obligated to do that on malaysian flight 370. >> back to will for just a second and i want to focus a little bit more on this preliminary report that was released yesterday
. >>> the operator of the international airport in kuala lumpur, malaysia, has opened a new terminal and aims to cash in on growing demand for travelers using low cost carriers. the company built the terminal exclusively for budget airlines. came in at a cost of about $1.2 billion. an old terminal for low-cost carrier was opened eight years ago. it was becoming a bit too small, though, as more travelers started opting for cheaper airlines. company executives say the new term cal can handle 45 million passengers a year. that's about three times the capacity of the old one. air asia, based in malaysia, and other budget airlines from thailand and singapore plan to use that terminal. >>> american start-up that streams tv programs over the internet is shaking up the industry now. the company is applying 21st century technology to a 20th century medium. and conventional broadcasters are feeling threatened. we have more. >> reporter: a new platform for bringing live broadcast tv to the internet, wherever and whenever we want. >> aereo began operations in february 2012. after launching in new york, it's been
thursday. tom costello has more on that. >>> malaysia 370, thank you. >> for the first time we're hearing the voice from a cockpit as flight 370 communicated with malaysian controllers. >> reporter: family members have also heard the recordings. we don't know if it is the captain or the first officer, but all of the conversations appear routine. the last transmission of 119 a.m. is believed to be from captain shah. >> malaysian 370. >> malaysian 370. >> malaysian 370, contact ho chi minh 120.99, good night. >> good night. >> at 1:21 a.m., the plane disappeared from radar. but not until 1:38 a.m. did vietnamese controllers tell malaysia the plane was missing. then another four hours before the malaysian search and rescue center was activated. far too long, say safety experts, who insist searchers would have been launched far sooner in the u.s. >> i think when you dissect that four-hour delay, that could be the difference of finding this airplane and not finding this airplane. >> reporter: it took another three hours before the malaysian military reported it had tracked the plane making a u
and pro-russian insurgents. >>> as new questions are raised about the search for malaysia flight 370 officials warn the chances of locating the missing jet are slipping away. >> it's smaller than it was when we started the search. >>> and rob ford heads to rehab. the toronto mayor comes to the u.s. for help after a new video searches allegedly showing him smoking crack. captioning funded by cbs >>> this is the "cbs morning news" for friday, may 2nd, 2014. good morning. thanks for joining us. i'm wendy gillette in for anne-marie green. this morning an escalation of the fighting in ukraine. it appears ukrainian military has launched a major assault against pro-russian forces in eastern ukraine. the target is an insurgent stronghold about 100 miles west of russian. fighting is ongoing around several points around the city. they've seized government buildings in and around a dozen cities. the government says at least one helicopter was shot down. one pilot was captured. the other was killed. ukrainian government says surface-to-air missiles were used. counteri ining russia claims th upri
day." we just heard from malaysia's transport minister who is insist that officials have nothing to hide there. that comes on the heels of the report released by malaysia which shows i guess what we can describe as mass confusion after flight 370 disappeared. let's take a closer look at the report and the investigation with dade soucie, author of "why planes crash," former faa inspector, and major james "spider" marks. good morning to both of you. >> good morning, kate. >> good morning, kate. >> two of the numbers that stick out from the report, david, 17 minutes after -- it was 17 minutes after the plane had disappeared before anyone seemed to have noticed, according to this report. and then four hours before any search effort was initiated. that seems like, to be nice and to be kind, that seems like mistakes were made. but that seems like a whole lot of mistakes that were not corrected in time. >> let's talk about 17 minutes first. that's at the transition period. when you're going from one control area to the next control area. 17 minutes while it is a little bit extensive, it
in a different capacity. >> i was telling the guys here i was just in burma and malaysia. it's fantastic. burma is a great opportunity for american public diplomacy. you know i'm going to put this in before you go to whatever you want to talk about. it may be mika's birthday and my birthday today but tomorrow is world press freedom day. the united states government is on the side of journalists oppressed everywhere. journalists are more oppressed today than any time in history. >> vladimir putin one of the terrible offenders through the years of press freedom. a lot of reporters who have reported on him have ended up dead. >> 99 journalists were killed in the line of duty last year. what's changed is journalists used to get harmed in the line of duty and now they're targeted by governments. that's disturbing. >> speaking of vladimir putin, we have now a helicopter shot down in ukraine. vladimir putin ordering the ukraine government to get their own forces out of their own country. what's next in this downhill spiral? >> thank, joe. i had a conversation with a pretty senior figure in the obama a
on fox news channel. >>> new information about the missing malaysia plane and how long it was gone before anyone noticed. overnight malaysia officials releasing a preliminary report on the disappearance of flight 370 showing investigators waited hours to start looking for the jet. no one realized it was missing until 17 minutes after it had gone off the radar and rescue operations did not start for four hours after that. meanwhile, family members are outraged after being told to move out of hotels and return home for news. malaysian airlines will close down its family assistance centers by may 7th. >>> it's not exactly what you want to see on your beach vacation. yeah. several popular beaches in australia shut down after a helicopter spots a 16-foot great white shark close to the shore. the shark apparently stalking a whale before heading north. >>> now on those pet alligators. the florida family that owns the reptiles had to give them up to the theme park gatorland. park officials took the alligators measuring 72 inches and six feet with the help of their owner. larry miller said he plan
. the record flooding from a storm that wouldn't stop. >>> new insight in to malaysia airlines flight 370 mystery. who's admitting deep delays in the initial search for that jet. >>> busted. middle school students accused of smuggling marijuana in to home economics class to make cookies get in trouble. the buzz on campus. >>> and michael jackson's new song soon to be released. brand new details about the music and the superstars you'll hear singing along with the king of pop. that's in "the skinny" on this friday, may 2nd. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now" with john muller and diana perez. >> tgif, everybody. tgif, everybody. >> especially along the east coast. >> we will begin with the saturated east coast. it is finally drying out from a wave of torrential rain and flooding. >> water is everywhere, overtaking homes and cars, tearing up streets and blamed for a deadly blast. more from abc's gio benitez. >> reporter: mudslides on long island. heavy rains collapsing this retaining wall and covering these commuter train tracks. >> when buildings absorb that much water in
we'll be back at midnight when they have the press conference in malaysia. >>> good evening, everyone, we have breaking news tonight that really is a matter of life and death for people who volunteer to serve their country in wartime and whose country is now letting them down. they are military veterans and as you know we have been documenting how some hospitals have been making them wait for care. and at least three hospitals made them wait for care. one v.a. hospital had a secret list of wait times that they kept hidden. >>> and reporting last night got action, tonight, we can report on what could, what might be the early signs of accountability. it concerns the woman in the car you're about to see here running away. >> director helman, can you please talk to us, director helman? >> she is director of the phoenix v.a., and now she finally did agree to talk with our drew griffin after leaving in her vehicle. tonight, at 8:50 to be precise, we got word that she and two others have been placed on administrative leave. we'll have more on this later in the hour. >> first, thoug
of us have assessed his behaviour yet. >> great to talk to you. now to new information about malaysia airlines flight mh370. according to a new report air traffic controllers did not realise the plane was missing until 17 minutes after it disappeared from radar. the report recommends the aviation looked into setting a standard into real-tripe tracking. >> a huge announcement about the minimum wage in one of america's biggest cities. >>> and rules revisited in relation to pot-laced snacks. >>> welcome back to al jazeera america. i'm john seigenthaler. a lot to cover this half hour. >> airing out her frustration, activist erin brockovick on the enforcement of environmental regulations. plus, single-sized servings. colorado regulators consider new rules for pot-infused food products. >>> and the potential legal battle over the l.a. clippers. why it may not be easy to strip the team from sister-in-law. >>> top stories - record rain fall and floodwaters left many marooned along the east coast. floodwaters remained in effect. rescue teams launched fots bring people to safety. a landslide sw
. malaysia airlines announced starting next week, it will no longer put them up in hotels. meanwhile, the country's government reported the plane disappeared from radar a full 17 minutes before ground controllers noticed. it was another four hours before the search began. a political storm swirled over northern ireland today as the leader of the irish nationalist sinn fein party was questioned for a second day in a 42-year- old murder case. we have a report from martin geissler of independent television news. >> the police in northern ireland use this station in antrim to question the most serious terror suspects, gerry adams spent last night and today in custody here. he agreed to be interviewed about the murder of jean mcconville, a widowed mother of ten who was kidnapped and killed by the ira. he gave this statement before questioning began. >> i-- totally of any part in the abduction, the killing of jean mcconville. >> mrs. mcconville was taken from her home in belfast by an armed i.r.a. gang in 1972. they suspected her of passing information to the british army. 30 years later h
quijano, cbs news, albany, new york. >> pelley: malaysia has a sobering message for the families of flight 370. that's next. and ortho weed b gon max. enter homeowner, kills weeds without harming innocent lawns. guaranteed. ortho weed b gon max. get order. get ortho®. dominique wilkins, are taking charge of their type 2 diabetes with non-insulin victoza. for a while, i took a pill to lower my blood sugar, but it didn't get me to my goal. so i asked my doctor about victoza. he said victoza works differently than pills, and comes in a pen. and the needle is thin. victoza is an injectable prescription medicine that may improve blood sugar in adults with type 2 diabetes when used with diet and exercise. it is not recommended as the first medication to treat diabetes and should not be used in people with type 1 diabetes or diabetic ketoacidosis. victoza has not been studied with mealtime insulin. victoza is not insulin. do not take victoza if you have a personal or family history of medullary thyroid cancer, multiple endocrine neoplasia syndrome type 2, or if you are allergic to victoza or any
in malaysia what happened to the plane. during that time, the plane unexpectedly turned left eventually crossing. the report shows during this time malaysia airlines may have added to the confusion sending two messages to air traffic control. both of which turned out to be false. the first at 2:03 a.m. claiming the plane was in cambodian air space, it was not. the second message at 2:35 a.m. saying the plane was tracking to beijing. again, the information water wrong. 5:30 a.m., four hours after the plane disappeared from radar search and rescue was alerted. precious time lost to confusion. the plane continued south far into the indian ocean. the last partial satellite communication coming at 8:19 a.m. the report includes maps of three possible crash sites, red indicating the most likely. also released, passenger seating assignments in the cargo manifest, which lists lithium ion batteries as some of the materials transported. the report is brief containing one recommendation saying that realtime flight should become the international standard. >> and i understand, family members of the
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baltimore as national teacher of the year. a report on malaysia flight 370 shows 17 minutes past air traffic controllers in malaysia and vietnam realized that plane was missing. in southern california, winds are grounding helicopters and airplanes used to fight a massive wildfire. it burned more than 1,000 acres and is only 10% don takened. and new dramatic credential of wepz's street collapse in baltimore shows cars slowly lurjing to the side before the ground gave way. back to "hardball." >> welcome back to "hardball." the republicans i identity crisis is clearly exposed in a poll. the leard bunched at the top come from three distinct factions and shows that republicans can face a real battle for identity itself in 2016. among republicans, jeb bush, representing the establishment faction and rand paul representing the libertarians are tied at the lead at just 14 a piece. that's just 14 a piece. just a hair behind them at 13% is mike huckabee, representing the religious and evangelical part of the party. bunched in the middle of the pole are two establishment candidates, paul ryan at 11%, c
. in malaysia, thousands gathered to protect a proposed tax they say could increase the cost of living. since the soviet union collapsed in 1991, the most violent took place in turkey. al jazeera's has more from istanbul. >> the state made it's presence felt on the ground, it was not going to allow any rally to take place here. they tried to hold the government ban, they gathered in several neighborhoods but police used tier gas and water cannons to push them back. >> we celebrated peacefully in 2010-2011 and 2012, and there were no incidents, but today we have this ban. it is our constitutional right to demonstrate. >> the authorities, however, allowed trade union representatives to lay a wreath, where in 1977 unknown gunman opened fire on a may day rally. more than 30 people were killed. as of late it has taken on a new meeting. antigovernment protestors occupied the place for weeks. there were eventually forced out, and the state reinstated it's authority over the square. >> the square has symbolic value both for the government and the demonstrators. but this is not just a fight about wher
of conversations between malaysia airlines, jet pilots and air traffic controllers and this is the first time we're hearing this. we can hear the final words from flight 370's flight deck that we've talked so much about. take a listen. >> malaysian 370, good night. >> good night, malaysia. >> it's been described as eerily calm as you hear those words, good night which we've known for a while through transcripts and this is the first time the audio has been heard and released by malaysia's government issuing a preliminary report on the plane's disappearance which is nearly now two months ago. >>> with the nba taking the first steps toward facing donald sterling to sell or forcing him to sell the l.a. clippers. we are learning high-profile names are lining up as potential buyers. the name that's gotten a lot of attention is that of oprah. in a statement a spokesperson for oprah said she is, quote, in discussions with larry geffen and larry ellison to make a bid for the los angeles clippers should the team become availa e available. geffen is an entertainment mogul and larry ellison is with the so
. >> good morning, guys. we begin with new audio recordings just released in the malaysia 370 mystery. as new details in response to the missing plane. here's abc david kerley. >> reporter: we waited that malaysia officials waited four hours before launching a investigation. after another country asked, where is your plane. right after takeoff, directions to controllers to climb. >> malaise yan three seven zero -- >> morning level two five zero. >> once the aircraft got to cruising altitude, the handoff from malaysia to vietnam, and what proved to be the final communication from flight 370. >> good night malaysian 370. >> reporter: two minutes later the transresponder was turned off. soon the aircraft turned around towards malaysia. 17 minutes later, vietnam controllers asked the malaysians, where is flight 370. four hours later, 5:30 in the morning. they launched the investigation. it's believed at that point to be off australia, where the search will enter a new phase in the coming week, searching not just this small area, but more than 21,000 square miles where the jet may have gon
. the jet vanished nearly two months ago. this morning malaysia airlines told the families of those aboard the missing boeing 777 to go home. many had stayed at hotels in malaysia desperate for news. >>> nba owners will hold their first official meeting today since donald sterling was banned from the league after racist comments. a third of the owners serve on a committee. they're expected to help clear the way to force sterling to sell the los angeles clippers. carter evans is at staples center, home of the resurgent team. carter, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. players are calling on team owners to move quickly to force sterling to sell the clippers. now nba commissioner adam silver needs 75% of team owners to vote to oust sterling. if that happens, the commissioner will take over the team and then sell it. some big names are already lining up to bid on the clippers. oprah winfrey tells us she and david geffen may partner with oracle ceo ellison. floyd mayweather jr. and oscar at the la jolla and magic johnson is dropping hints he too, may be intereste
to punishment. >> >> imposing a tax on goods and services in malaysia prompted protest, saying poor people can't afford it. >> labor-day pro tests in malaysia don't usually draw huge crowds, but this year is different. tens of thousands of people are here. this anger gets the government's plan to get a goods and services tax imposed in april. the timing anger many. electricity tariffs of increased several months ago, while the removal of subsidies added to the rising cost of living. the government said the tax is necessary. >> the malaysian government first floated the idea several years ago. recently, the bill was passed in parliament. this man and his wife reason small food store and find it hard to raise a profit. he thinks he will be worse off. >> just take rice. it may be exempt, but before it's packed and sold as rice within it's got to be planted. farmers need fertilizer, which may be taxed. who's to say prices won't go up? >> the government offered cash handouts and tax relief to the poor and middle income groups, who will be hardest hit. that's not been enough to keep them from marchi
with breaking news. a new transparency in the disappearance of malaysia airlines flight 370. just minutes ago, finally, malaysia's government made public its first report on the plane's final known moments. the big headline for you, the plane had vanished for a full 17 minutes before officials even took notice. and yet it took a remarkable four hours, four hours, before an official rescue operation was launched. it is the government's most thorough accounting yet of what investigators know or suspect. cnn's will ripley has been sifting through this report. he joins us from malaysia's capital, kuala lumpur. tell us more, will. >> reporter: hey, carol. yeah, this is a five-page report and other supporting documents attached to it. we've been going through them. here are the things that really stand out. you talk about those 17 minutes when nobody even noticed the plane was missing. okay. that said, then we talk about the four hours where what we see here, this is a report that kind of describes all of the events that were happening over those four hours. and what it says to me, carol, is that t
higher wages and better health care. protestors say their fears in thailand, the philippines and malaysia have better living standards. in athens, it's business at usual, organized strikes to public services, including. transportation and riot police gearing up for clashes with demonstrators. >> in turkey, demonstrators clashing with police, protestors want to hold their may day rallies there but the government banned protests in the square. we have more. >> demonstrators and police have clashed in several neighborhoods, demonstrators tried to march to the square. the please prevented them using tear gas and water cannon. the government is preventing unions from using the square as a venue for the may day rally and provided an alternative venue. it cited security concerns. according to the union, it is their right to demonstrate whenever and wherever they want. this is really part of an ongoing political struggle in this country, divisions within turkish society. this is not just about a may day rally. the government does have its critics, it was democratically elected. it won the electio
. who saw it as it went over malaysia. what did they do about it? what happened at this last point of contact? did vietnam notice it? did the controller at malaysia notice it? that's what you're looking to find out. and if they know details about this, we know this from air france 447, we got chapter and verse on what the air traffic controllers did. if you know it here are they going to tell us it now? >> why do they get to control the report? why wouldn't you have someone issuing a report like this checking on the actions on this body as opposed to allowing the body to dictate the completeness of their own work? >> that happens everywhere. that's like saying when the ntsb does a report who polices the ntsb? the bea in france, somebody has to present the report and it's the investigating authority of the state of occurrence or state of registry. >> it's just how it is. >> it is. >> so we look for woord to getting it. i'm morest sbred in what's not in the report. what it seems they don't know or what they speculated about that they shouldn't have. >> i can tell you one thing. from
-o-t-w-i-r-e ♪ hotwire.com . >>> well, if true it would mean that the search for malaysia flight 370 was off a thousand miles. there was a claim from a survey company, the outfit, geo residence, says they are believed to be the -- it is believed to be the area. did they show you any evidence on the claim or how they zeroed in on this area? >> reporter: yeah, anderson, they talked about the process that was scientific and complex, but other than the information that was released in the press release a few days ago not much more. they say we should not question the technology, they say they stand by it and know it works. but rather we should be looking into the fact of whether or not the wreckage at the bottom of the bay of bengal is in fact mh-370. and by not divulging this in connection with it opens them up to a variety of criticisms. but they say the knowledge is theirs and they're just not willing to part with it. however, they have given the reports to the authorities involved in the search and they're just asking them to look into it, anderson. >> how do they react, the sceptics, they say it is ju
legal wrangling. >>> new search, navy ships set out to look for malaysia flight 370 thousands of miles from the current operation. the company claims to have found a plane in the ocean near bangladesh. experts call it far-fetched. could it be the missing airliner? i'm wolf bliter. you're in "the situation room." >> this is cnn breaking news. >> following multiple breaking news stories right now. fire and floods in california. flames are burning out of control, near los angeles threatening homes, forcing residents to flee. in florida, deadly flooding, unlike anything most of the residents have seen in their lifetimes. hundreds of people have been trapped by fast-rising water, leading to very, very dramatic rescues. cnn correspondents covering all angle of the breaking stories. start with paul vercammen in rancho cucamonga in california. what's the latest on that fire, paul? >> reporter: well, wolf, the fire has burned 800 acres. a short time ago, fire roared through the canyon. we saw ten acres burn up there, we've had 1600 homes evacuated. no homes burned down yet. the good news for th
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" contends that, quote, there are too many big unanswered questions surrounding the disappearance of malaysia airlines flight 370 that need reliable answers. the world should now count on america to solve this problem and answer those questions. after all, this is why the world has an america. let's talk about this. i'm joined by aviation analyst miles o'brien, ocean search specialist rob mccallum. welcome, gentlemen. >> hello. >> miles, is it time? malaysia put together this special team including people from the united states. why not then take the lead? >> i've been saying this all along that in the case of an incident like this, you need a nation that has demonstrated expertise in this particular kind of investigation. if you look the world over, there aren't many nations that have, and certainly no nation has more experience than the united states of america. i think probably it would be better if it was couched in terms of an international investigation, drawing on all the resources of places like australia, great britain, france, that all had very competent, similar structures than the
? >> in a word, the indications are drought. in malaysia, the world's is top producers of palm oil receive less than two inches of rain in the first three months of the year in some areas. that is the driest spell for the area since 1997. the dry conditions actually stressed palm fruit, which are crushed to make palm oil. some meteorologist project el niÑo may occur as early as july, parsed even more farms in australia, further reducing the palm oil supplies. qwest the dreaded el niÑo strike forhat could this mean prices and palm oil? >> concerns about tighter supplies and cost rising demand sent palm oil futures to an 18 month high in march. increasing costs for top importers, india and china. all models survey by the australia bureau of meteorology indicates el niÑo is likely this year. he outlook is not good. goldman sachs listed palm oil among the most vulnerable crops should an el niÑo event occur. >> if prices for palm oil do stay high, i assume some companies hedge for this kind of thing. what kind of impact could they have on the bottom line? >> it will be an impact, it sounds like,
. >> and relevant. >> absolutely. >> go clips. >>> let's get back to the big story on the malaysia flight 370. australian company is now standing by its research, says it -- saying that it may have found malaysia flight 370 in the bay of bengal. very different area from where the search is currently located. the findings from georesonance has drawn plenty of attention and skepticism with the main search focussed thousands of miles away. why is the company confident it found plane wreckage that could be the doomed plane? our correspondent went inside the firm to get better answers. anna? >> kate, we spent several hours with a couple of directors from georesonance and they are confident they found the wreckage of the plane in the bay of bengal. it's important to stress they are not saying that this is for sure mh370. but what they are saying is that they have evidence, they have proof that they have sent to malaysian airlines and to the governments of malay sharks china, and australia. they've given them coordinates and all they are asking is that authorities go there with with their navy, with
to do that. after that press con presence in malaysia, i talked to a few of his aides and he was telling me he was prepping them and he knew everything about sterling's past, he had been following the story very closely and he saw the opportunity as a way to sort of raise the bar a little bit for the nba. he named by name dropping commissioner silver in there, to have him realize that this is the action that needed to be taken and hoped that whatever it took, you know, to have more public comments, add more weight to the issue, to encourage the decision that the commissioner ended up coming with. so it just was fascinating to find out how much not only that it want his staff prepping him but one of those cases the reverse. that's how closely he had followed the story and how much he knew about sterling's past. >> i think in many ways the last four days have shown the strength of the nba, not just adam silver but magic johnson, charles barkley -- >> and a number of white players, too. >> yes. this in many ways was a good moment for the nba. >> i think and i don't want to be naive here, bu
market securities in asia, markets like thailand, singapore, malaysia, vietnam. and i made some investments more than a year ago in iraq. because it's very cheap. lots of problems. but the market is very, very inexpensive. and so some markets have corrected meaningfully to the downside, say even after the recent rise india in dollar terms is still down something like 35% from its peak. russia is dirt cheap. i don't think there's a hurry to buy russian stocks. >> no, no. not until we have a little bit more clarity, perhaps. mark, good to have you on the show. you'll stick around. mark farber, publisher of the boom, gloom and doom report. do you agree with mark? is there potential for a bigger correction? get in touch with us, e-mail worldwide@cnbc.com, @cnbcwex or @rosswestgate. >>> we'll discuss what's next for the social media giant, twitter. >>> to qe or not to qe. that seems to be one of the questions. the figure for eurozone inflation comes out in around 45 minutes. could have a big bearing on what the ecb does or doesn't do. >>> cnbc hits the catwalk. we catch up with super
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